The 2023 Super Bowl is in Glendale, Arizona.
Friday marked the official start to recreational marijuana sales in Missouri, following voter approval in November.
The special prosecutor, appointed by the governor, would have exclusive jurisdiction to prosecute seven violent crimes.
Though they anticipated legal sales on Monday, local dispensaries said they are ready for the crowds three days early.
The added costs will go toward the development of an updated computer system handling all motor vehicle transactions.
Rep. Lane Roberts: “Why is an 8-year-old carrying a sidearm in the street?”
Kansas City is in line for $5 million to attract a flight with an international carrier.
Republicans want to make it harder for voters to enact policy at the ballot box.
Republicans and Democrats clashed Wednesday as the GOP-led Missouri Senate took up a plan to ban critical race theory in public schools.
Currently, the program offers security training resources for teachers or administrators who want to carry a firearm in school in a security capacity.
The GOP-led chamber gave the proposal initial approval in a voice vote. It had bipartisan support.
Supporters say local laws shouldn’t interfere with the practice of veterinary medicine.
“I suppose we shouldn’t be surprised that she’s failed to appear and do her job,” one irritated lawmaker said.
Supporters say tax credits for music and film production will pay dividends to the state.
Costs for substance abuse treatment are projected to increase by nearly 30%.
Some key GOP legislators have not emerged as fervent supporters of new restrictions on drag shows.
ST. LOUIS — Following decades of declines in union membership, the region is seeing an upswing in workplaces attempting to organize.
But an ongoing U.S. Supreme Court case, Sackett v. EPA, could roll back the federal government’s authority to regulate wetlands and potentially trim their protections all together.
Missouri is home to the most dog breeders in the U.S.
A special prosecutor appointed by the governor could handle St. Louis murder cases under legislation under consideration in the Missouri House.
The rapid pace of the legislation reflects concern about a possible abortion-rights measure on the 2024 ballot.
The union representing St. Louis police is pushing for the change amid ongoing contract negotiations.
School districts wouldn’t be required to participate in the open enrollment program, but couldn’t prevent students from leaving their home districts.
The Missouri Department of Conservation asks anyone who sees the animal to stay away from it and report the sighting to the state conservation department or local police.
Opponents say Missourians should not lose the right to use the ballot initiative to make policy changes in the state Constitution
While powerful lobbying groups like the Chamber and the Realtors oppose the measure, the Missouri Farm Bureau supports the concept
Business groups like the idea, but opponents warned of tight state budgets.
He was appointed to the job by Gov. Mike Parson after Eric Schmitt was elected to the U.S. Senate.